Our company is dynamic, forward-thinking, and committed to driving innovation in the field of sustainable energy solutions. We are proud to be participating in a variety of projects that are aligned with our mission of creating a circular economy. On this page you can browse through the main projects we are currently envolved in. Please feel free to use the contact form located in the footer of the page for any question regarding our company. We do our best to provide fast and accurate answers!
CIRCULAIR is our most recent project that started officially on the 1st of January 2023. The EU-funded research project focuses on the production of aviation fuels from agricultural residues using the hydrothermal liquefaction technology (HTL). Its consortium consists of ten partners from six different European countries which are either industrially or academically oriented. The project is expected to run for four years, disposing of a total budget of 5 million euros. We hope to be able to bring a meaningful contribution to the intensive research that will be conducted and have already started working on our deliverables as of the 1st of May 2023.
The Sludge2Fuel project funded by the Energy Technology Development and Demonstration program (EUDP Fund Denmark) aims to produce liquid fuel from sludge using the Hydrothermal Liquefaction technology (HTL). This is known to be a cost-competitive, energy-efficient, and environmentally sustainable alternative to the classical fossil fuels. The sludge comes from wastewater treatment plants and the possibility of turning it into a viable compound can bring along profitability increases for the buyers instead of significant sludge disposal costs. The resulting biocrude contains a significant amount of energy compared to the amount of energy used in the process.
The project’s success will create a base for commercializing the technology worldwide and the modular plants will be sold by Circlia Nordic to the interested partners. The project is carried out in collaboration with Krüger Veolia, Crossbridge Energy Fredericia, Aarhus University, and Fredericia Spidevand og Energy A/S.
The InnoBooster project aims to develop an innovative heat exchanger concept with a solid focus on optimizing the heat recovery and production costs. We will be able to develop the technology with the help of an Italian supplier. Some of the main deliverables include production of test units, validation of the heat transfer efficiency, optimization of a large-scale production and approval and it will finally conclude with its integration iInnobooster - Optiilo nto our HTL plant. The project will be carried out by our mechanical and chemical engineers. The work is currently possible because of Force and AU engineering, and we are very grateful for that. Once implemented on the HTL plant, it will help significantly reduce the costs and improve the energy efficiency.